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Israeli Scientists Develop Fast 3D Microscope with Nano Precision

"The high speed and precision will help biologists to follow dynamic processes in short time scales, while determining cell profile with nano-precision will help in diagnosing diseases such as cancer at early stages."

Israel’s 1st Autonomous Underwater Vehicle to Debut at NexTech 2017

The new technology was developed by researchers at BGU’s Laboratory for Autonomous Robotics (LAR).

IAI Chief Executive Joseph Weiss Banned From Entering US

IAI's Joseph Weiss admitted the story, which apparently began two years ago, is odd. He also claimed not to know why he is banned.
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LIGO Detector Confirms 1989 Hebrew U. Prediction that Neutron Star Mergers Produce Gamma Ray...

28 years ago, Prof. Tsvi Piran at Hebrew University's Racah Institute of Physics led a team that published an accurate prediction in 'Nature' that was initially disputed or ignored.

Helmet Mounted Systems, infrared Surveillance at Seoul Asian-Pacific Show

The Korean market is important for Elbit Systems, which has established a local company, Sharp Elbit Systems Aerospace Inc. (SESA), a joint company with Sharp Aviation K.

Gravitational Waves Detected After Neutron Stars Collide 120 Million Light Years Away

"This new ability to study gravitational waves is analogous to a sense of touch."

Israeli Doctor Tapped to Head World Medical Association

“The fact that an Israeli doctor was elected to the most prestigious role in the world of medicine . . . is very very significant."

Alibaba Launching $15 Billion Cutting-edge Technology Programs in Israel, China, US, Russia, Singapore

The Chinese e-commerce company is currently looking to recruit 100 talented researchers from around the world.

US Launching $10 Million PA Wastewater Treatment Project in Jericho

The Jericho project will increase by about 10,000 the number of homes connected to the local wastewater treatment plant, which was built with Japanese assistance.

Report: Israel Exposed Russian Hackers

According to The New York Times, Israeli intelligence sources have uncovered Russian government hackers who tried to steal US intelligence programs.

IAEA Confirms Iran is Compliant with JCPOA Nuclear Deal

Tehran's stock of low-enriched uranium reportedly did not exceed the agreed limit of 300 kg.
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Israel Aerospace Industries to Provide IDF TopGun Course Correction Fuze

The Course Correction Fuze (CCF) is a revolutionary, GPS-based innovation that dramatically improves the effectiveness of existing cannon artillery ammunition and provides near-precision accuracy that is critical in combat environments.

Arabs Complain Israeli Algorithm Catches Potential Terrorists Online

'Israeli Intelligence has developed a predictive policing system that analyzes social media posts to identify Palestinian suspects.'

Putin Aide: Turkey Made Down Payment on S-400 Systems

The deal, estimated at $2.5 billion, has caused concern among Turkey’s NATO allies, who argued that the Russian system is incompatible with NATO's.

Israel Innovation Authority: Israeli Economy Losing Momentum with Slow Hi-Tech Hiring

'If we do not act to leapfrog [non-hi-tech] industries forward – the gap between the hi-tech industry and traditional economy will only increase.'

Israel Jumps Eight Places in Global Competitiveness Index

Israel came in third in innovation, seventh in technological readiness; 11th in financial market development and 15th in business sophistication.

Israeli Agro Companies Fight Black Sigatoka Banana Fungus With Biotech

Genome editing technology involves targeted modifications in a cell’s DNA in order to develop a potentially safer and healthier product.

Israeli Scientists Warn Fever During Labor May Present Risk to Mother

Tel Aviv researchers say fever during labor triggered by bacterial infection may cause neonatal complications.

Tamar Gas Field Resumes Flow of Energy to Israeli Customers

A crack in one of the pipes in the ventilation system disabled the natural gas pipeline for six days.

Good News for Diabetics: Israeli Scientists Engineer Super Enzyme to Detect Glucose Levels

In addition to much clearer readings, the enzyme produces much quicker responses, thus lowering the test-taking time.

IDF Grounds Entire Skylark Drone Force following Hebron, Bethlehem Crashes

The sudden rise in the small UAVs may be the result of a lack of sufficient training and the retiring of an old crew of drone operators without a chance to initiate the new crew.

Tamar Gas Field Malfunctions, IDF Tankers Transport Diesel to Power Stations

“Due to a malfunction discovered during preplanned maintenance work in the Tamar gas field, the supply of natural gas from the site has completely ceased."

Israel Innovation Authority Launches Tender for Second Biotech Incubator in Northern Israel

"This is another part of the ongoing “Northern Plan” which will reach NIS 920 million by the end of 2018."

German Software Company Buys Israeli Gigya for $350 Million

Gigya leads the customer identity and access management (CIAM) market according to recent reports from Gartner and KuppingerCole.

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